Monthly Archives: March 2017

Caffeine Reduces Post Workout Pain
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Caffeine Reduces Post Workout Pain

Testing This double-blind, placebo-controlled, repeated-measures experiment examined the effects of a 5 mg  ·  kg-1body weight dose of caffeine on delayed-onset muscle pain intensity and force loss in response to 64 eccentric actions of the dominant quadriceps induced by electrical stimulation. Low caffeine–consuming college-aged females (n = 9) ingested caffeine or placebo 24 and 48 […]

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Drinking Coffee Could Help Those With Liver Disease
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Drinking Coffee Could Help Those With Liver Disease

Coffee gives more than a morning pick-me-up—about two cups daily could help sufferers of liver disease, according to a new joint study by Mason and Inova Health Systems. Zobair Younousi “No one really knows how caffeine works on (fatty liver disease),” says Mason alumnus Zobair Younossi, BS Biology ’84,who led the study and is codirector of the […]

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